Spåra is currently marketed by C Security Systems as a GPS tracker. However, it is much more than that; it is a multisensor platform that we have developed for C Security Systems. It is designed in a way that allows easy integration of any sensor and communication to either an existing backend or a customer's backend. It primarily uses 4G LTE CAT-M1 but can be adapted to utilize LEO Satellite IoT, Wifi, or other types of communication.
The strength of the multisensor platform lies in its incredibly low power consumption, making it well-suited for tracking goods, valuables, or receiving alerts, such as when backup batteries reach a high temperature.

Below, you can read more about keywords in the IoT-world.
Förutom multisensorplattformen har vi på EmbeddedArt kompetens inom hela IoT-spektrumet och stöttar svenska techbolag med sådan kompetens. Läs vidare för att få veta mer om IoT och vad vi kan stötta med.

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5G and 4G LTE and NB-IoT

​​​​​​​5G networks are expanding every day and are a prerequisite for future products, such as autonomous vehicles. 5G has a very short range but allows the transmission of large amounts of data.
IoT networks (LTE and NB-IoT) are being expanded on existing 4G infrastructure, providing good coverage and relatively inexpensive connectivity. Using these networks is well-suited if the devices will always be in areas with good coverage and won't transmit large amounts of data.


LoRaWAN is a communication technology designed for long-range and low-power consumption, making it suitable for IoT applications. LoRaWAN provides an efficient and scalable solution for sensor-based data collection and remote control. LoRaWAN is not owned by telecommunications companies, which can be both an advantage and a disadvantage.

LEO Satellite IoT

​​​​​​​Low Earth Orbit Satellites orbit close to Earth, forming a large network that can be utilized by devices. The advantage of using satellites instead of ground-based infrastructure is that they provide coverage over the entire globe, even in the middle of the ocean and other remote areas far from infrastructure. Utilizing satellites is well-suited for small data volumes and mobile objects that are sometimes or always outside 4G coverage.

WI-FI, BLE and other local networks

Some devices and systems are always located near the same place where there is existing infrastructure. In these scenarios, it can be most cost-effective and sensible to use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth (BLE).

Fleet/Device Management System

Many companies experience high costs associated with poor control over devices and products. With a Fleet/Device Management System, it becomes easy to track deliveries, quickly receive alerts for errors, and gather data on the well-being of the systems so that they can be constantly utilized more efficiently.

Remote updates (FOTA/SOTA)

Updating systems can be a significant challenge. Many systems today require an operator to connect with a cable to perform updates, and this becomes particularly challenging if the systems are located in hard-to-reach places. By updating devices remotely through FOTA/SOTA, costs can be significantly reduced, and devices become more secure and efficient with regular updates.

Proactive and preventive maintenance

IoT enables the collection of signals from machines, for example, by utilizing accelerometers or acoustic sensors, to identify anomalies in a machine's behavior. All such data can be sent and analyzed, allowing potential faults in components to be identified well in advance. Even before the machine breaks down, an operator can arrive with the right tools, training, and spare parts to replace what needs to be replaced. This reduces downtime in production and, most importantly, makes it predictable.

Increased food production

​​​​​​​With sensors, animal husbandry and agriculture can be improved and optimized, reducing resource waste. Smart sensors can enable the precise use of water, detect parasites and pests. Even livestock management benefits greatly from connecting animals using smart collars. This way, control can be maintained over animals in large pastures, identifying and receiving notifications if animals contract diseases or sustain injuries. Moreover, GPS fences can replace traditional electric fences.